Bloomington's Miller Park Zoo is welcoming two new harbor seals.
A Peoria man was one of two victims killed in yesterday's crash on Interstate 74.
Johnnie Lee Savory is pushing for a new trial to reverse his murder conviction.
BLOOMINGTON - A man from McLean County serving a life sentence for murder is trying to get a new trial.
BLOOMINGTON - Bloomington's District 87 school board took a look at its latest financial picture on Wednesday evening.
On Wednesday night, a small part of the Twin Cities community came together to help start the healing process.
A Peoria man convicted of a double murder when he was just 14 -years-old is continuing his push for a new trial using new DNA evidence.
The initial autopsy was inconclusive.
WASHINGTON, D.C. - The transportation network in Illinois could be losing money.
Students are asking for better communication moving forward
Peoria Public School students stay active in the classroom
The food forest is being planted at One Normal Plaza on Lincoln Street. It's the first of its kind for the area.
The new food co-op grocery store will be located at 921 E. Washington Street in Bloomington.
Two people are dead in a crash involving two semi trucks and three cars.
BLOOMINGTON - The IHSA is taking a proactive approach to improve its athletic competition.
SAINT DAVID - A Fulton County Sheriff's Deputy nearly drowns after struggling with a suspect.
PEORIA - Back in January, Joann Glasser announced she was stepping down as president of Bradley University. On Tuesday night, the university held a retirement reception in her honor.
PEORIA - City council needs a little more time before food trucks will be lining the streets. Council deferred action, which would set regulations for the entire city.
After charged with sexual abuse.
His family reported him missing after he left Sunday afternoon to hunt for mushrooms and never came back.
Some Cars Believed to Crash When Looking at Other Accident
Goodwill raising $550,000 to expand General Wayne A. Downing Home for Veterans.
Monday is National Healthcare Decision Day. Dr. Greg Johnson sits down with WYZZ's Maria Chandler to talk more about the importance of advance care planning.
Police surrounded a house for three hours Tueday morning, finally arresting a man they've been looking for since January.
The Illinois Chapter of the American Public Works Association is recognizing the Peoria County Highway Department for its design and construction of the Thomas J. McFarland Memorial Bridge, formerly known as the Pottstown Bridge.
Streator High School students will soon benefit from a $10,000 grant.
The organization is trying to raise $75,000 by June 1st.
Jim Wetherington tells us he resigned as general manager Monday.
The Nepalese Association of Bloomington Illinois or NABI will be holding a candlelight vigil for Nepal's Earthquake victims on Wednesday.
The Parental Bereavement Act to give parents up to 12 weeks of unpaid, but job-protected, time off work to cope with the death of a child.
USA Technologies Inc. was fined for not following common safety standards to protect employees.
A Princeville family had a full life. As the parents to three boys, they were more than busy. But there was another plan for them, all the way across the world.
Jalen Clark pleads guilty to aggravated battery in an October 2014 shooting.
BLOOMINGTON - Mayor Tari Renner is trying to make sure the next budget process doesn't come down to the wire again.
BLOOMINGTON - Because of a limited budget in Bloomington, a stretch of Oakland is the only major repair on tap.
Hoping their voices carry across Peoria
In addition to the traditional treats, fans can now munch on things like bacon-wrapped hot dogs with coleslaw...
BLOOMINGTON - The Twin Cities is known for being bike friendly, but in Bloomington, the budget is tight and that means efficient as possible,
Gregory Horton apparently died after disappearing while mushroom hunting.
A 2012 presidential candidate will speak in Peoria this month.
An annual women's lifestyle show will continue.
Caterpillar announces it will reduce the size of its facilities in Aurora, IL and South Milwaukee.
As part of National Police Week, BPD officers are wearing mourning badges in honor of their fellow comrades.
A recent study by the University of Illinois says a gas tax hike might be the best way to fund Illinois roadways.
Barracks full to the brim
Experts on hand to help discern varieties
Florists call it the flower Superbowl
Largest school solar farm in the Midwest
Raises more than two thousand dollars
More than 20 thousand walked, wheeled, and ran the annual race